Record cold gripped parts of South Dakota early Tuesday.
The National Weather Service reports that both Sioux Falls and Aberdeen set record-low temperatures for April 15. The temperature dropped to 11 degrees in Sioux Falls, breaking the city's 1962 record of 19 degrees. Aberdeen saw 8 degrees, breaking the city's 1962 record of 16 degrees.
The forecast calls for high temperatures ranging from the 30s to the 60s the rest of the week, and overnight lows no lower than the upper teens.
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